Date Type Region Details
6 November 2013 News Australia/NZ

BRW reports the October 2013 YPO Global Pulse results for Australia, where confidence reached its highest level in three years.

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6 November 2013 News North Asia

Stanley Szeto, chairman and CEO at Lever Style and a YPO member from Hong Kong, appears on CNBC Asia to explain the October 2013 YPO Global Pulse results in Asia.

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5 November 2013 News United States

Alan Zafran, managing director of First Republic Investment Management and a YPO member from California, writes a blog for cnbc.com about the October 2013 YPO Global Pulse results and how business confidence in the United States is at a standstill.

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5 November 2013 News Europe

Anastasios Economou, founder of iGroup and a YPO member from Athens, Greece, appears on CNBC Europe Squawk Box to discuss the October 2013 YPO Global Pulse results and how CEOs feel that Europe has “turned a corner”.

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5 November 2013 YPO Release Asia

After having plunged in July to its lowest level in the history of the four-year series, the YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for Asia regained 1.1 points in the third quarter to 60.1, virtually the same level it was one year ago.

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5 November 2013 YPO Release Australia/NZ

The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for the Australasia region (Australia and New Zealand) surged in the third quarter to its highest reading since October 2010, rebounding by 6.2 points after two consecutive quarterly declines.

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5 November 2013 YPO Release Africa

The YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index of CEO sentiment for Africa swelled in the third quarter to 65.8, nearly 2 points above where it was last quarter and 4.6 points above where it was one year ago, but not as high as it was earlier in the year – it sat at 67.3 in April.

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5 November 2013 YPO Release Latin America

After having plunged in July to its lowest level in the history of the four-year series, the YPO Global Pulse Confidence Index for Brazil regained 3.4 points in the third quarter to 57.9, slightly higher than the Latin American composite level of 57.0 but still lower than where it was one year ago (60.1).

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